The Brief: Sis can be an abbreviation for sister, a term of familiarity, or a ubiquitous filler-word.
Sis can be a feminine version of the words “bro” or “dude.” Like the word dude, it can be added into a conversation at random times. The term sis has origins in communities of black women and has since become a widespread term that can be used by and refer to anyone.
sis, it’s time for you to be happy again.
— daij✨ (@DaijaRobbins) November 12, 2018
The way he's looking at her in this picture…sis drop this potato and go. https://t.co/qRKS06Tyj1
— ❄Mikki Kendall❄ (@Karnythia) November 12, 2018
Oh my God leave us alone sis https://t.co/YGudMx3Jmt
— George M Johnson (@IamGMJohnson) November 12, 2018
Go off, sis
— Liza Daphne (@LizaaaDaphne) November 12, 2018
Sis, when you actually date a REAL MAN, you’ll get the “don’t worry babe, i got it”. “let’s go.. i planned this for us”. “I got you a gift just b/c”. Instead of dealing with “sorry, i can’t make it”. “You didn’t text me first”. “My bad for not texting you all day”. type of man
— Too Sassy (@IssaSassyBitch) November 12, 2018
“Sis” and “bitch” are universal to me regardless of gender. If you can’t fuck with that don’t text my phone 😊
— MQ. (@Itsjust_gio) November 12, 2018